World Methodist Council The World Methodist Council is a worldwide association of 78 Methodist, Wesleyan and related Uniting and United Churches representing over 80 million people.
Wesley’s Chapel Wesley’s Chapel, Museum of Methodism, and John Wesley’s House London
The New Room Bristol John Wesley came to Bristol in 1739 at the invitation of George Whitefield, who asked him to take over his work of preaching to the open air crowds which he had gathered. Wesley preached his first open air sermon in this country on April 2nd in a Brickfield in St. Philip’s Marsh and continued this work later at Hanham Mount and several other places. Religious Societies in Bristol then increased in size, and on May 9th Wesley bought the land and on May 12th laid the foundation stone of what he called "our New Room in the Horsefair", which was built as a place to expound the Scriptures to the Societies. It is thus the first Methodist building in the world.
Englesea Brook Chapel and Museum of Primitive Methodism Englesea Brook Chapel and Museum is a place where you can explore the story of working-class religion in the nineteenth century particularly as it was experienced by a group called the Primitive Methodists. You can discover the origins of Primitive Methodism in a traditional magic lantern show, explore the values of Victorian people through our collection of religious banners, musical instruments and other artefacts, meet some nineteenth century women who defied the boundaries of gender and took to the pulpit and much more besides.
World Methodist Historical Society The Society's purpose is to identify and coordinate the activities of the historical agencies of all the denominations which have their roots in the Methodist movement of the 18th century, including those United or Uniting churches in which Methodist denominations have been incorporated.
Epworth Town Council This website will provide you with information about forthcoming and past events and will also give you insight into the work of your Town Council.
Tourist information North Lincolnshire Brigg Tourist Information Centre offers a range of services for local residents and visitors to the area, playing a vital role in promoting the tourist attractions of North Lincolnshire.